Damir Dugonjic Captures NCAA Title in the 100-yard Breaststroke
March 27, 2009
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS - The California men's swimming team captured its second individual national title Saturday at the 2009 NCAA Men's Swimming Championships in College Station, Texas when sophomore Damir Dugonjic won the NCAA crown in the 100-yard breaststroke in an NCAA-record time of 50.86, out-touching Adam Klein of Auburn (51.80) and John Criste of Stanford (51.89). Dugonjic, from Ravne na Koroskern, Slovenia, joins Nathan Adrian as the Golden Bears' 2009 NCAA swimming champs. Adrian won the 50 free title in an American-record time of 18.71 on Friday.
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